Keep Clean the Green Way
The City of Cape Town has implemented Level 6B water restrictions, limiting Capetonians to 50 litres of water, per person, per day. The average modern home washing machine uses about 50 litres of water per cycle – an entire day’s worth of water. If the city reaches the dreaded Day Zero, each person will have to queue for an allocated 25 litres per day, making home laundry close to impossible. Green Planet Laundry allows Capetonians to save water and stay within their allocated amount, without having to wear dirty socks! The first of its kind in Africa, this innovative laundry uses purified borehole water instead of municipal drinking water, and recycles and reuses 98% of the borehole water used on site. Kind to your clothing, kind to the environment, and very competitively priced, Green Planet Laundry is the answer not only during the time of drought, but also for the future to ensure we adopt a water-wise lifestyle. For more information, visit www.greenplanetlaundry.com.